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An overcrowded refugee camp on Lesbos is making children sick

Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos was designed to hold 2,000, but it is currently home to more than 6,000 refugees and migrants. Doctors working at the camp have seen a growing number of children suffer upper respiratory tract infections, colds, coughs, diarrhea and other illnesses associated with cramped and unsanitary conditions.

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Conflict & Justice

Greece protest turns violent

Three people have been killed in the Greek capital, Athens, where protests against big cuts in government spending have turned violent. Marco Werman speaks with one of the protestors, Despina Koutsoumba, who's with the Greek Civil Servants' Trade Union.

Global Politics

Germany votes to bail out Greece

Today Germany's Lower House of Parliament approved a controversial 38 billion dollar bailout loan to Greece. It's deeply unpopular among Germans, but it brings the EU one step closer to providing a massive rescue package to Greece. Gerry Hadden reports.

Global Politics

How did Greece get here?

Greece owes lenders hundreds of billions of dollars, its deficit is over 13 percent and the economy is in recession. As Greeks come to terms with the the future they're also reflecting on just how they got to this point. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.

Global Politics

Ways to revive Greek economy

What will it take to revive the Greek economy? The government can cut spending and catch tax cheats, but it will also need to jump start the economy. The World's Gerry Hadden brings us the story.

Conflict & Justice

Bombings in Greece

Two bombs exploded in Greece in the last 24 hours. Two people were injured. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Malcolm Brabant to find out if there's a connection to the country's economic crisis.

Arts, Culture & Media

Mc Yinka

Greeks are grappling with the aftermath of two bombings. Now a sense of malaise and uncertainty has settled over the country as it tries to climb out of debt. But The World's Gerry Hadden found one local musician who's trying lift people's spirits.

Conflict & Justice

George Papandreou's dilemma

Greece's Prime Minister faces an enormous challenge to rein in his country's enormous debt. But to do that, George Papandreou has to face the legacy of corruption widely identified with his father. Joanne Kakissis reports from Athens.